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Dell Dimension 2400 desktop

My motherboard went on my dell model 2400. What type, size board could I replace it with? It is 2.4 gz with 2 gb. of ram, p4

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Try 3Btech.com. they have a large selection of motherboards, combinations/with processors for a good price.I've bought from them myself and have been very satisfied. Check'em out!, John

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You can Repalce With Intel 845GV chipset. It will Support your Processor, RAM and all other Internel connectors.

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I have a Dell Dimension 8300 P4 3.0. We have been having problems so now we have come to the conclusion that it is the motherboard. A friend gave me a Core Dou 2 motherboard, but it doesn't fit in my case....


First off, stick to warranty service if you have the option.

While most cases are modular and will accept boards of many standard sizes, Dell cases are made specifically for that model of Dell and are often unusable for other size boards.

Your question doesn't make it clear if the board is too big for the case, or the case is too big for the board. If the board is too big, you need a new case. If you are looking to save money, I recommend geeks.com .

You're venturing into the realm of building an entire new computer - I hope youre ready.

Many of the components from your old dell won't work with a Core1 Duo board. Any of the expansion cards and drives probably will, but you'll need new memory, a processor, a heatsink and fan for the processor, case fans, a new case, and probably a bigger power supply.

If you aren't comfortable with thoroughly educating yourself and investing time and money into building a new computer, you're better off buying a new Dell or other premade computer. If you're brave, look at tomshardware.com for info.

Good luck!

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Dell Dimension 4300 PC Processor upgrade


if the sci36-r13 is the stock mobo that came with that pc it isnt worth upgrading
pentium 4's use the LGA-775 socket this is compatible with all pentiums and core 2's (not includeing core i7), so you could put in a core 2 quad if you wanted to but it would not make much difference to performance because your motherboard would not be able to handle some of the fetures
your ram would also reduce preformance

if you wanted to upgrade that computer you would have to replace everything but maybe the case

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Dell computer: Dimension 3000 clock battery needs replacement


it looks like a watch battery, usually about the size of a quarter.

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Dell Demension 4600 motherboard memory


From the Dell specifications page for Dimension 4600:
Memory
Architecture
Dual Channel DDR SDRAM
Memory connectors
Four
Memory capacities
128-, 256-, 512-MB or 1-GB
Minimum memory
128-MB DDR SDRAM
NOTE: Between 32 and 64 MB of system memory may be allocated to support graphics, depending on system memory size and other factors.
Maximum memory
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Memory type
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(non-ECC)

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Ethernet Controller


Hi

E210882 is a number found on more than one Dell System Board. Dimension 8400 and 4600 come to mind. Possibly there are more. Secondly, E210882 is not a Dell Part number (DP/N or DS/N). While Dimension 8400 is a 775 socket, Dimension 4600 is a 478 socket. So they don't fall to the same family.

In any case the network controllers used on Dell System Boards are Intel and Broadcom.

To proceed, at least provide/confirm the system model. If this is not available, give the Dell Part Number.

Mile

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Motherboard ID


Try running Belarc advisor to check the motherboard manufacturer.
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